My 93 year old father was diagnosed with lung cancer about 2 months ago. He had went to see his Doctor about having problems breathing. He was sent for X-Rays which showed spots on his right lung. A PET Scan was done and revealed it in even more places. Next a cat scan which showed it also. Now when the Dr got the report on the Cat Scan it referenced another scan he had four years ago when he had a hernia repaired. Not a word was said about the spots back then. In four years it has doubled in size and is now into the lymphnodes. Had we had known something could have been done back in 2003 and he possibly wouldn't be going thru this now. I can't believe the Doctor didn't say anything about it. He did use to smoke he quit in 1968 and was exposed to Agent Orange when he was in Viet Nam.
What should we do? Any help would be appreciated.